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Pole axed! Rasiak out for 6 weeks

Pole axed! Rasiak out for 6 weeks

Watford have confirmed that new striker Grezgorz Rasiak will be out for up to 6 weeks after breaking a bone in his shoulder against Charlton!!!

Rasiak played through 90 minutes of the 3-2 defeat at Forest last Saturday without showing signs of pain but an x-ray has revealed the break that leaves him sidelined and the clubs overworked medical team have advised him to rest.

Given the Collins John injury fiasco, King missing the majority of the Premiership season with a dodgy knee, Theo Robinson`s broken arm and now the giant Pole`s woe, well you do have to wonder if we are cursed in the striking department.

No wonder Will Hoskins was taken off against Darlo!!!!




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Writer:Dr Watford
Date:Thursday August 28 2008
Time: 12:49PM

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we truely are cursed aren't we :( Now where are the goals going to come from ((other than Smith)) PRISKIN?? Haha. Don't make me laugh :( Yellow Army :D
PatMacWatford
28/08/2008 14:40:00
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Very disappointing to say the least. Rasiak is a decent target man and looked a good partner for Smith. We are right in the Goulash now ..... Come on Tamas, just imagine you're playing for your country.
RFB-gloryhornetboys
28/08/2008 17:49:00
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Francis is still a quality midfielder, if he can get rid of the rustiness, he can score goals, not an answer, but he could help
ANDY710
29/08/2008 16:14:00
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He we go again...
watford1881
30/08/2008 11:25:00
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